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"Correspondingly propagandists are assumed to be liars and hypocrites, willing to paint
anything attractive colors to dupe the gullible. As Jacques Ellul puts it:
'The propagandist is not, and cannot be, a "believer". Moreover he cannot believe in the
ideology he must use in his propaganda. He is merely a man at the service of a party, a state, or
some other organization, and his task is to insure the efficiency of that organization ... If the
propagandist has any political conviction he must put it aside in order to be able to use some
popular mass ideology. He cannot even share that ideology, for he must use it as an object and
manipulate it without the respect that he would have for it if he believed in it. He quickly
acquires contempt for these popular images and beliefs.'"
I'm curious, when you presented your paper to Paul Vallely, what changes did he request? Did he add or remove content? Was there a direction he desired?
Thank you for your time.
Subject: Back to the Future
"... The US Army is developing a lightweight scanner that can read your electrical brain patterns, translate them, and then transmit those signals. The technology will allow you to transmit emails, play a video game, or control a vehicle using only your thoughts: ..."
“I examined the UCI program during the MindWar project. It does not result in conscious thought telepathy of the sort imagined in the linked news story, for the simple reason that "thought architecture" does not function that way.
“In brief overview, human thinking is 95% subconscious, 5% conscious. The former manifests as "pattern thinking", the latter as "algorithmic thinking". The PSYOP/MW terms for these are "subliminal" and "liminal". Hence there are different Psychologicl Controls (PSYCONs) applicable to each.
“UCI made the same mistake that the CIA did with the MK-series: trying to translate SL EMR (electromagnetic radiation) patterns into L algorithms: the sort of "telepathy" you'd get if you could have a telephone conversation by mere thought. While fun for sci-fi, this completely misses the SL/L differentiation, and it is why MKULTRA was a failure before it started, as Bragg could easily have told Langley. SL EMR are at the level of emotions, alertness, sensations, and [reality pattern] recpgmotopms. In the realm of the EMS (electromagnetic spectrum), SL EMR are both detectable and adjustable through BWR (brainwave resonance), which is pretty basic at JFK but not, evidently, at Langley or UCI.
“To approach telepathy at the SLIMC (SL involuntary mind control) level, it's necessary to focus on the magnetic side of EMR, e.g. TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation):
“As the phenomenon of magnetism is integral with electricity, and human mental activity is electric, it is unsurprising to find that magnetic fields, while not affecting the body’s metabolism to a significant degree, due to the extremely small amount of ferromagnetic material therein, can influence thought itself.
“As discovered through MRI imaging, the area of the brain in which evaluations and opinions about others’ beliefs and morality are made is the tempero-parietal junction (TPJ). In 2010 MIT neuroscientists discovered that application of a magnetic field to the right TPJ, by means of a noninvasive technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) temporarily disrupts an individual’s ability to make judgments based upon previously-learned morality. In effect, pre-indoctrination is suppressed, resulting in the subject’s tending to judge situations more on a discrete cause-and-effect basis. In theory, TMS could be used to condition personnel to make decisions unencumbered by prior moral, social, or ethical indoctrination; and to remove that same protective indoctrination from a hostile individual being interrogated. TMS thus approaches in scientific reality the mythical “brainwashing” of classic conspiracy legend.
“The present limitations of TMS from a MW perspective are that its effects are only temporary, and that the magnetic field needs to be precisely created in close proximity to the TPJ. The establishment of a direct cause-and-effect relationship between magnetism and morality, however, opens the MW door to the long-sought “holy grail” of SLIPC: the removal of preexisting moral beliefs.
“Unlike BWR, magnetic fields can be generated and focused directionally, in precisely-calculated strengths. A precisely-configured TMS field directed at hostile humans motivated by intense moral conditioning (as in a deeply-held religious belief or irrational political ideology) can instantly dismantle or at least substantially weaken this barrier to communication and situational reasoning.
“The 1990s’-emergent technique of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) opens new potential for both the reading of human thoughts and the implantation of them. In fMRI magnetic sensors detect blood-flow activity within the brain with such precision and accuracy that the result can be used by a computer to assemble an accurate image of the subject’s visualization from a database of standardized components. In reverse, fMRI may eventually be able to transmit them.”
The above referenced MIT discovery can be read in this MIT News article by Anne Trafton, published on March 30, 2010:
“MIT neuroscientists have now shown they can influence those judgments by interfering with activity in a specific brain region — a finding that helps reveal how the brain constructs morality.”
Bonus! Raw data (pdf warning!): http://www.pnas.org/content/107/15/6753.full.pdf
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